Missions
Our librarians have put together several activities, for a variety of challenges and levels. Complete an activity and you might unlock a more advanced one, and bragging rights, cool badges and maybe even a prize!

Animal Trivia: Week Eight

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week Five

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week Four

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week One

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week Seven

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week Six

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week Three

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Animal Trivia: Week Two

There will be three new animal questions every Saturday. Each question is worth 20 points. You must type in the correct answer in order to receive points. If you answer incorrectly, you can try again. Answers are not case sensitive. The number of words required for an answer are included with each question.

The last day to answer these questions and earn points is Sunday, August 15.

Need help? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Book Review #1

Earn 30 points for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #2

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #3

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #4

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #5

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #6

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #7

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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Book Review #8

Earn 30 points (equivalent to one raffle ticket) for each book review you write. You may earn points for writing a maximum of eight reviews. Every Saturday, a new book review mission will appear. You may go back and write reviews for the weeks you missed. You can review any book you want!

Questions? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.




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List of Raffle Prize Packs

Read through the list of Raffle Prize Packs available for Independent Readers and Prereaders. Each prize pack has a letter next to it. After you've earned at least one raffle ticket, email summerreading@trumbull-ct.gov with

  • your first and last name
  • the number of raffle tickets you have earned
  • the letters of the prize packs you want your tickets entered in

One raffle ticket equals one entry into one prize pack. Please limit your raffle ticket emails to one per week. Thank you!

Complete this mission to acknowledge that you understand how to redeem your raffle tickets.

Questions? Email summerreading@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Practice Mindfulness: Week Eight

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!


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Practice Mindfulness: Week Five

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!


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Practice Mindfulness: Week Four

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!


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Practice Mindfulness: Week One

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!



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Practice Mindfulness: Week Seven

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!


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Practice Mindfulness: Week Six

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!


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Practice Mindfulness: Week Three

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!


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Practice Mindfulness: Week Two

“Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to what’s happening around you and inside you, right now, without judging things as good or bad.” - from Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids by Whitney Stewart (pages xv-xvi)

Benefits of practicing mindfulness include increased awareness, improved focus, better handling of negative emotions, and less stress and anxiety. I’ve compiled a list of mindfulness exercises you can practice as often as you’d like.

Ask a friend, sibling, or parent to do some of the activities with you! Mindfulness is for anyone or any age, but it takes practice. Receive 30 points for completing at least one mindfulness activity each week. I have included a list of suggested activities, but don’t limit yourself to my list. We have books on mindfulness at the library, and there are many resources available on the internet. Find activities that you enjoy and work for you. You can also repeat activities. If you find one you enjoy, keep doing it!



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Prizes & Instructions

Read through the three parts of this mission:

  • instructions for earning and redeeming points
  • the list of Raffle Prize Packs
  • instructions on how to earn a free book

Complete this mission to receive 60 points.

Questions about this mission or the program? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Prizes & Instructions

Read through the three parts of this mission:

  • instructions for earning and redeeming points
  • the list of Raffle Prize Packs
  • instructions on how to earn a free book

Complete this mission to receive 60 points.

Questions about this mission or the program? Email Miss Elise at ebarlow@trumbull-ct.gov.



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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Eight

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Five

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Four

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week One

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Seven

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Six

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Three

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Random Acts of Kindness: Week Two

Being kind is extremely important, and we should make it a habit. Read through the included list and try to do as many random acts of kindness as you can this summer. Pick some from the list or come up with your own. Do at least one a week to earn points.


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Scavenger Hunts

Visit the library every week to complete a different scavenger hunt in the Children's Department. There will be a total of eight, each with a different animal theme:

  • Backyard
  • Farm
  • Ocean
  • Pets
  • Jungle
  • Arctic
  • Endangered
  • Book Characters

Pick up a sheet with the list of animals you need to find. Cross off each animal as you find the pictures hidden around the Children's Department. Once you find them all, visit the Children's Desk for the bookmark or sticker of your choice and the secret phrase to complete this mission! After you click on "Complete this Mission," you'll be prompted to enter the secret phrase. You will earn 60 points for every completed scavenger hunt.

All eight themes are currently displayed, but you can only complete one each week. The new scavenger hunts go up every Saturday.

If you have trouble finding the animals, be sure to ask for hints at the Children's Desk!



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Scavenger Hunts

Visit the library every week to complete a different scavenger hunt in the Children's Department. There will be a total of eight, each with a different animal theme:

  • Backyard
  • Farm
  • Ocean
  • Pets
  • Jungle
  • Arctic
  • Endangered
  • Book Characters

Pick up a sheet with the list of animals you need to find. Cross off each animal as you find the pictures hidden around the Children's Department. Once you find them all, visit the Children's Desk for the bookmark or sticker of your choice and the secret phrase to complete this mission! After you click on "Complete this Mission," you'll be prompted to enter the secret phrase. You will earn 30 points for every completed scavenger hunt.

All eight themes are currently displayed, but you can only complete one each week. The new scavenger hunts go up every Saturday.

If you have trouble finding the animals, be sure to ask for hints at the Children's Desk!



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Summer Reading Rules

Before starting this year's summer reading challenges, please be sure to read the rules! They will explain everything you need to know about how to complete challenges, earn and submit tickets, sign up for programs, etc. If you have any questions after reading all of the rules or need help then feel free to contact the teen librarian Ms. Chelsie at clabrecque@trumbull-ct.gov

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Week Eight Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week Five Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week Four Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week One Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week Seven Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week Six Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week Three Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Week Two Activities

In order to prove to the town witch that you really are a human trapped in a cat's body, you must complete activities in addition to reading. You will receive four new activities every Saturday. There are four types: Write, Sing, Play, and Talk. These are four of the five early literacy activities adults can do with their children to help them get ready to read. (Read is the other early literacy activity. You'll log your reading separately. 30 minutes equals one raffle ticket!)

Each activity you complete earns you points toward completing the Summer Reading Program and purchasing raffle tickets. You have until the end of the summer reading program, Sunday, August 15, to complete as many activities as you can.

This program is for ages 0-5, which covers a lot of different milestones. Some activities may be too challenging for your child. Please alter the activities as needed to better fit your child's age or abilities.

Good luck!



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Raffle Prizes

This summer, the Trumbull Library wants you to shake those tail feathers and dive into some new books, topics, and activities you might not have considered before! This year there are 25 reading challenges: read five different books in five different categories outlined in our program. Teens may read any book they like that fits in the genre of the challenge, so long as it is a teen or adult book. This is to encourage teens to read books that might otherwise be outside their comfort zone! Each book read equals 1 raffle ticket. In addition there are 10 activity based challenges, where each completed activity equals 2 raffle tickets. Attending teen programs also equals 2 raffle tickets.                       

The tickets you earn through reading challenges, activity challenges, and attending our virtual teen programs will be entered into the prize basket raffle of your choice. Anything above the 45 tickets you can earn from the reading and activity challenges will go towards our grand prize drawing - you may earn additional tickets by reading beyond what is outlined in our program only once you finish the activity and reading challenges. Tickets earned by attending programs can only be entered into the basket drawings

The prize baskets and grand prize winner will be drawn at the end of the summer.

***As you complete missions in READSquared, you may email summerreading@trumbull-ct.gov to inform Ms. Chelsie which raffle basket(s) you would like to enter your tickets into. Please include your name and grade in the subject line of your email – both Ms. Chelsie and Ms. Elise will be using the same email to track tickets this year. As you complete missions, your account will keep track of your number of tickets for you – when you email us to enter them into drawings, we are able to view your account and mark the number of tickets you have ‘used,’ as such, we ask you email this account only ~once a week: we can enter multiple tickets into drawings at once. Just let us know in the email how many tickets you would like to use, and which raffle(s) you wish to enter.

Detailed rules here

This Mission is just to provide a list of the prizes for teens to preview!



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Activity Missions

Each completed activity will award 2 Prize Basket Raffle Tickets - these activities will count towards your total completion of the summer program. Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Library Programs

Attending library programs over the summer will grant you 2 Prize Basket Raffle Tickets - though attending the programs will not count towards the programs completion and therefore will not help you towards earning tickets to the grand prize raffle. 

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Reading Missions

This year, all reading missions will be located under this one tab. You may read books and complete tasks at your pace. The more books you read the more tickets you earn, but you may complete missions at any time in any order. Once you finish a book, just complete the short review required to earn your ticket. 

Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Reading Missions - Fantasy and Graphic Novels

To make scrolling easier, the 40 reading challenges will be broken up so that each mission will have two genres listed. In this mission category, you will keep track of the fantasy and graphic novel/manga books you read.

Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Activity Missions

Each completed activity will award 2 Prize Basket Raffle Tickets - these activities will count towards your total completion of the summer program. Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Reading Missions - NonFiction and Historical Fiction

To make scrolling easier, the 40 reading challenges will be broken up so that each mission will have two genres listed. In this mission category, you will keep track of the non-fiction and historical books you read. 

Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Reading Missions - Realistic Fiction and Mysteries

To make scrolling easier, the 40 reading challenges will be broken up so that each mission will have two genres listed. In this mission category, you will keep track of the realistic fiction and mystery books you read. 

Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Weekly Raffles

Check back to this page each Saturday for a link to a Google survey to log your participation. You may only enter this raffle once per week. 

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Reading Missions - Science Fiction and Horror/Thrillers

To make scrolling easier, the 40 reading challenges will be broken up so that each mission will have two genres listed. In this mission category, you will keep track of the science fiction and horror/thriller books you read. 

Once you complete the activity missions and reading missions, additional reading will earn you tickets towards our Grand Prize Raffle. Attending programs will only grant you Prize Basket tickets



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Library Programs

Attending library programs over the summer will grant you 2 Prize Basket Raffle Tickets - though attending the programs will not count towards the programs completion and therefore will not help you towards earning tickets to the grand prize raffle. 

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Weekly Raffle

Check back to this page each Saturday for a link to a Google survey to log your participation. You may only enter this raffle once per week. 

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